Strategic Use of Pro Bono Can Benefit a Company’s Primary Asset – Its Talent

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Strategic Use of Pro Bono Can Benefit a Company’s Primary Asset – Its Talent

Integrating pro bono into leadership development initiatives multiplies the impact of a company’s talent investment
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Corporate trend: use #probono to strategically invest in company talent. @taprootfound explains why in @NCHRAConnect

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Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 12:00pm

As expectations for socially responsible business continue to increase around the world, corporations are looking to diversify their portfolio of support beyond traditional cash contributions and low impact volunteering. One such way is through corporate pro bono programs. Most of these programs are run by a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) department, however there is a rapidly increasing set of companies adding pro bono service opportunities to existing leadership development programs or talent development initiatives driven by Human Resources. Lindsay Firestone Gruber, Managing Director of Advisory Services and Kristin Teti, Senior Manager of National Programs at the Taproot Foundation explain the leadership development benefits of linking pro bono service with existing employee engagement efforts in an article recently published in HR West magazine.

Read the full article here: Investing in your talent with pro bono service

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Lauren Merker
Taproot Foundation San Francisco
Keywords: Diversity & Human Resources | Business & Trade | Corporate Social Responsibility | Engagement | Human Resources | MetLife | People | Taproot Foundation | Volunteering | Volunteerism | Volunteerism & Community Engagement